In Thailand, monkeys that were a tourist attraction are now becoming aggressive. The monkeys of the species (Macaca fascicularis) known as the crab-eating monkey

In Thailand, monkeys that were a tourist attraction are now becoming aggressive.

With few visitors due to the COVID-19 pandemic, monkeys in Lopburi, Thailand, which were previously fed by tourists, are becoming aggressive due to hunger.

The monkeys of the species (Macaca fascicularis) known as the crab-eating monkey, are present throughout Lopburi city center. There are more than 8000 specimens in this area.

The monkeys of the species (Macaca fascicularis) known as the crab-eating monkey, are present throughout Lopburi city center. There are more than 8000 specimens in this area.

With the coronavirus pandemic, chaos ensued. These monkeys were fed by the thousands of tourists who arrived in the city, where they feed them snacks, yogurt and soda. Now that there are not so many tourists, the monkeys are now hungry. In search of food they invade every possible place after food.

The monkeys of the species (Macaca fascicularis) known as the crab-eating monkey, are present throughout Lopburi city center. There are more than 8000 specimens in this area.
Thailand: Lopburi residents feed monkeys as numbers of tourists plunge with pandemic